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What A Man Who Loves You’ll Do – Comedienne Lepacious Bose Reveals

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What A Man Who Loves You'll Do - Comedienne Lepacious Bose Reveals

By John Michael Ojo
Popular Nigerian comedienne and actress, Bose Ogunboye better known as Lepacious Bose, has thrown her weight behind the saying that a man who truly loves you would spend on you, irrespective of how little he earns.

The actress stated  this in a recent post via her Instagram account where she cautioned young ladies to stay off  men who manipulate them with sweet words without action.

She wrote, “I totally agree that if you like a woman you should spend on her…but the stingy ones will claim they like independent women and never drop anything! Shior! Mental manipulation! Emotional scam ni!

“Dem go dey claim your independence is what makes you so attractive. You sef go dey die in silence to maintain ‘strong girl’ respect.

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“Truth is when they don’t commit their money to you, it’s a mental preparation to walk away, nothing to lose!

“Nothing binds them to you, you are not the main chick, you are not the side chick, you are not even the side chick to the side chick!

“As a matter of fact, na the money he suppose give you, him dey take buy ingredients for the breakfast he will serve you. It’s low key the exit plan!

“Does that mean he can’t walk away after spending millions on you? Of course easily, that’s another scenario and another story; but when you have been together for a while and one naira has never passed to you in cash or in kind?…..my sister, wake up and smell the coffee ooo!

“PS I don’t think a woman should live off a man’s pocket…. But giving is an expression of love and any man that does not give either in cash or in gifts is just using you to pass time; all that independent woman BS is a mind game to stop you from asking or be upset about it. Men actually like to pamper women, if he is not pampering you, you be waka pass…,” she added.

 

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VIDEO: Royalguard Faints While Watching Over Queen Elizabeth’s Corpse

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VIDEO: Royalguard Faints While Watching Over Queen Elizabeth's Corpse

By John Michael Ojo
A video making rounds on social media platforms has captured the moment a guard fainted while watching over the remains of Queen Elizabeth.

In the video,  the uniformed guard stumbled to his right twice, before regaining his balance.

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However, shortly after that, the guard fell from the red podium onto the floor, and a number of officials and police officers rushed to his aid.

The incident occurred in Westminster Hall during the Queen’s lying in state.

 

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Comedian Seyi Law Loses Mum

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Comedian Seyi Law Loses Mum

By John Michael Ojo
Popular Nigerian comedian and actor, Lawrence Oluwaseyitan Aletile, better known as Seyi Law, is in a state of mourning as he announces the death of his mother, Queen Esper Tinuola Aletile.

This was disclosed by Seyi Law in a series of posts on his Instagram handles on Wednesday, where he described his mother as an epitome of everything good.

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He wrote: MY DEAR MOTHER, MY DARLING QUEEN IS GONE.

Narrating the moment he got the news of his mother’s death, he said “I saw a flash of light enter my room, I saw a full moon and then, my phone rang that my beloved Queen has ended her journey. I am grateful to you, my beautiful mother, for speaking to my family yesterday before you removed this earthly body.

“You taught me to feed people, and I have never stopped. Everyone who has visited my house can attest to that. You taught  me to be very accommodating and I do almost to hurting my family. You loved all and never stopped caring for all.

“You were the best mother in the world, not because you were  my mother but because you exemplified what true motherhood is. God bless you for your prayers, laughter, kindness and joy unlimited.

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“You have become a memory I can’t forget. You meant so much to me. You were too kind. You were an epitome of everything good.

“My heart is broken, thanks for being my mother,” he added.

 

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Why I Left Oil, Gas Job For Acting – Daniel Effiong

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Why I Quit Oil, Gas Job For Acting - Daniel Effiong

By John Michael Ojo
Nollywood actor and director, Daniel Etim Effiong, has disclosed why he left his job in the oil and gas sector as a chemical engineer for a career in the make-believe industry.

He said he made such  a decision  after working for about  three years and couldn’t find fulfillment.

Daniel Effiong who is popular for his role in the movie, Plan B as Dele Coker, revealed this in a recent interview with popular TV host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu.

Effiong said his friends thought he was crazy when he told them he wanted to switch from studying chemical engineering to the arts in his third year at the university.

He added that his family had to call for meetings as a result of the decision he was trying to take and that distracted him but did not kill his dream.

“I studied chemical engineering because I was great at it, having done the sciences in secondary school and my teachers asked me to do it.

“I had members of my family who were in the oil and gas industry that blazed the trail for us. I decided to go into oil and gas and did just that. I was in oil and gas for two-three years. I wasn’t getting satisfaction and fulfillment.

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“I was also doing art on the side, doing open mics and spoken word in the evenings. That gave me more fulfillment. I got great feedback and had a little chat with my folks and decided I was going to do it full-time.

“Doing acting wasn’t about money. I tried and failed to make the switch before when I was at the university. I told my folks in my third year I wanted to leave chemical engineering and start over with theatre arts from scratch.

“They thought I was crazy, called family meetings, distracted. That killed the dream. Then it came again two years into oil and gas. I didn’t tell anyone. I really thought about it and made the leap. I’ve been flying since.

“Acting was my first love. I did it at church, at school, and at every opportunity I had. But storytelling, directing, and producing came as a soft landing for me.”

Effiong has been involved in a number of movies and→ directed some.

 

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